Principal

 Steven Mattic

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Steven Mattic

Steven Mattic has been an educator in Fort Worth ISD since 2002.  His journey started at Mitchell Blvd Elementary as a 3rd- 5th Grade Reading Teacher.  He later became a Literacy Coach where he provided model lessons and training for all ELA Teachers.  These experiences later opened doors in which he served in the role of an assistant principal at Clifford Davis and Maude I. Logan Elementary School.  

Mr. Mattic was born and raised in Mississippi where he received his Bachelor of Arts from the BEST institution known as Jackson State University.  He later received his Masters of Education in Administration from Texas Christian University.  Mr. Mattic served this wonderful country in the US Army for 8 years.  He is a proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.  He believes that all students can learn and can learn at high levels.  He is extremely excited to be the instructional leader of David K. Sellars Elementary. 

 

Assistant Principal

 Jentessa Williams

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Jentessa Williams

 
Mrs. Jentessa Williams arrived as the Assistant Principal of David K Sellars Elementary School in August 2016.  Prior to joining the Sellars family Mrs. Williams served in many capacities during her 9 year educational career. Along with being a classroom teacher at Oscar Dean Wyatt High School, she has also served as department chair, data analyst, testing coordinator and is a graduate of the Texas Christian University Educational Leadership Aspiring Principal program. 
 
Mrs. Williams earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Mathematics from Jackson State University and her Masters in Educational Leadership from Texas Christian University.
 
 

Counselor

 Patricia Hardy

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Patricia Hardy

 

I believe that every child is a unique individual who needs a secure, caring, and stimulating atmoshpere in which to grow and mature emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially. It is my responsibility as a counselor to help students meet their fullest potential in these areas by providing an environment that is safe, supports risk-taking, and invites accountable talk. There are things that I believe are needed to establish such an environment: 

1. The counselor provides a safe, positive environment by helping the student to build positive feelings towards self and others

2. The counselor should assist the students to develope skills in interacting and communicating with others

3. Help the student to identify and accept their own and other's strengths and weaknesses

4. Help the student become responsible for their own behavior